InImpact: The Journal of Innovation Impact

Publisher Future Technology Press
Vol. 6 No. 1 Innovation in Medicine and Healthcare 2013
Volume Editors KES International
Journal ISSN 2051-6002
Article TitleMapping systems within systems
Primary AuthorJohn Ronczka, Australian Society of Rheology (Australia)
Pages 38 - 53
Article ID imed13-030
Publication Date 20-Oct-13

Within the ?health system? (NS) data intensive care may be suggested to be supported by ?intelligent decision technologies? (IDT) at a specific location (e.g. Emergency Medical Services [EMS], hospital, hospice). The overall patient management system (PMS) is suggested to be a multi-dimensional system of medical and non-medical interventions and countermeasures that are reported via soft computing and software engineering devices. What has being pushing the ?health system? (NS) tends to come from increased pressure to meet the medical practitioners and patients (end user?s) key needs and wants: ?anywhere?anytime?anyplace?anydevice?anyentity? (A5). Traditionally semantic 'Command?control?communications' (C3) mapping is likely to be in the first phase for dealing with emerging complex systems. 'Command?control?communications' (C3) multi-dimensional computing tends to be associated with ?systems?of?systems? (SoS) which could augment mapping 'management?mitigation?mediation' (M3) to manage multi-dimensional entities in cloud computing. To achieve this, hybrid mapping using 'Wisdom open system semantic identification' (WOSSI) enables systems engineering pattern recognition in the merging human?machine interfaces for ?human sustainment systems? (HSS).

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